BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - A popular Country-Western night club that's been gone for over a decade is back in business.
Touch of Texas will be opening its doors once again on Saturday.
It's located in the Northgate Plaza, where Magic City Music Hall recently closed.
Touch of Texas will include a casual country-western atmosphere with the original wood dance floor.
It'll serve a menu featuring pulled pork, chicken and beef.
It's holding a New Years Eve grand opening celebration with a buffet, tunes from 2-Dollar Pistol and a ball drop toast.
Co-Owner Terry Drake says some improvements were made, the new Touch of Texas will be very similar to the old one.
"We'll have local bands, DJ's on all the time. We've brought in some new decor with some old things we had from before. It's pretty much the same thing we did before, only this is a little more casual," said Drake.
Touch of Texas was originally located in the Johnson City Small Mall and was bought by Magic City in 2004.
On Wednesdays, Touch of Texas will showcase line dancing.
On Thursdays, there will be local and regional comedians performing.
Fridays will be classic rock night and Saturdays will showcase Country music.
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